Supply Chains Are Going Green in These Six Ways

| November 26, 2019

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Sustainability concerns are springing up in countless industries. A growing number of consumers prefer businesses that are dedicated to environmentalism, and companies are striving to address their concerns while improving internal systems. Failure to embrace a comprehensive approach to the issue can cause companies to fall short in their efforts. The most effective efforts at sustainability originate through a holistic transformation of the supply chain.

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Toll Holdings Limited

Toll Holdings Limited is engaged in less than full load express and economy freight forwarding service using all modes of transport, full load road and rail freight forwarding service, temperature controlled transport service for full load and less than full load clients, warehousing and distribution of bulk dry and refrigerated goods, wharf cartage, container handling and storage, contract distribution services, time sensitive parcel freight distribution services, specialized international forwarding services, removals and relocation brokerage service, vehicle transport and distribution, bulk liquid transportation, operation of specialist defence logistics projects and shipping linehaul operations. Its segments are Toll Australia/New Zealand, Toll Asia and Toll Global Forwarding. The Company’s subsidiaries include Patrick Corporation Limited and Virgin Blue.

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Toll Holdings Limited is engaged in less than full load express and economy freight forwarding service using all modes of transport, full load road and rail freight forwarding service, temperature controlled transport service for full load and less than full load clients, warehousing and distribution of bulk dry and refrigerated goods, wharf cartage, container handling and storage, contract distribution services, time sensitive parcel freight distribution services, specialized international forwarding services, removals and relocation brokerage service, vehicle transport and distribution, bulk liquid transportation, operation of specialist defence logistics projects and shipping linehaul operations. Its segments are Toll Australia/New Zealand, Toll Asia and Toll Global Forwarding. The Company’s subsidiaries include Patrick Corporation Limited and Virgin Blue.

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